You’ll spend more time with your #yogafam
Yoga friends are the best. Being around strong, driven, motivated individuals increases the vibration of the entire community to which they belong. Keeping good company is good for the soul, inspire each other.

You can take advantage of our great summer deals on yoga class packages! 
This summer, save your cash for the vacation while you keep your yoga practice strong.

You’ll better acclimate to the heat outside
Practicing Hot Yoga during the summer months can help acclimate you to the season’s heat and humidity. Your body cools itself more efficiently and effectively through sweat. When you leave the yoga room, the outside air feels cooler than inside! Count on it!

Gain a deeper practice
Each time you practice, your muscles, joints and ligaments will already be nice and warm when you enter the studio, so you will likely find you’re more flexible and can go deeper into the postures during the summer. Take advantage of the summer months to increase your joint flexibility, core strength and spinal mobility and make gains in your practice.

You’ll encourage good habits and consistency
Hot Yoga encourages you to stay well hydrated and to replenish your electrolytes regularly. This can be a great benefit during the hot summer months.

You’ll be in better shape for summer recreation
By adjusting to the heat in the yoga room, you’ll be in top-notch shape for any summer sports or outdoors activities you like to do. If you make time for your yoga practice, you may notice that you don’t mind the heat and have more endurance when you’re running, biking, pushing the stroller, hiking, or playing other sports outdoors.

You’ll energize your body and mind
Yoga helps energize our bodies and our minds and provides us with so many health benefits. Committing to a strong summer practice will keep you from that sluggish summer feeling and give you quality time spent focused on your Self.
You’ll surprise yourselfYoga is NEVER a bad idea... have you noticed?

You’ll take advantage of your summer schedule
If you work in a profession where your summer schedule is lighter or more flexible, take advantage of the fact that you have some extra time to spend on yourself and your health.

Stay fit and keep up!
You’ll look great and feel more comfortable and confident all summer long!

SUMMER SALE is ON!

Summer UNLIMITED Pass
60 day pass $180 + Tax  (Save $120)
90 day pass $255 (Save $195)

*Purchase NOW before its gone...*

SAVE THE DATE

Where does the time go?
Sidney Hot Yoga is approaching a milestone and we want to celebrate with you.
 June 4 @ 5:30 PM we will host a special class
Afterwards we will head over to The Surly Mermaid at 7PM for a 'no host' social time. Please sign up and pay our $10 deposit at the desk to secure your spot.
Please note, the 7PM class that evening will be cancelled.

We hope you join us a we have so much to celebrate with you!

MAY & JUNE
 Karma Focus


What We Do
A lunch program that provides nutritious meals to underprivileged kids in the summer
has launched in Victoria and is expected to help close to 6,000 local youth this year.
The Feeding Our Future Initiative, which was started by the Sodexo Stop Hunger
Foundation in 2001, serves free lunches to kids attending subsidized summer camps
from July to August.

From Monday to Friday, volunteers pack the fresh lunches, which
usually include a sandwich, juice, fresh fruit, yogurt and the occasional chocolate chip
cookie.

The lunches are then delivered to several organizations that give them to youth. It is
one of the largest summer lunch programs in the country, delivering more than one
million lunches since its inception.

“The idea was to step in once school had ended and to try and fill a gap where
subsidized lunches stopped at the end of June,” said Paula Henchion, general manger
for Sodexo at St. Michaels University School.

“It takes an awful lot of the stress off
parents because they don’t have to go through the trouble of organizing their kids’
lunches in the morning or trying to put something together.”
So far, the initiative has found success in nine cities across the country including
Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax, and now it is taking off in Victoria.